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Around 11,500 have been killed in Putin’s war in Donbas
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23 December

Around 11,500 have been killed in Putin’s war in Donbas

Some information about Ukrainian military losses, Ukrainian civilian losses and Russian military losses.

What Every State in the U.S. Is Worst at (Including North Dakota at Tourism)
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22 December

What Every State in the U.S. Is Worst at (Including North Dakota at Tourism)

One thing that makes the U.S. great: no two states are the same. That diversity leads to distinct strengths and weaknesses, but how can you know what makes North Dakota different from South Dakota, besides a made-up line separating them?

Underfunded Ukraine Soldiers Get Helmets With Christmas Pies
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21 December

Underfunded Ukraine Soldiers Get Helmets With Christmas Pies

Tetyana Naumenko and her friends, holed up in a frigid abandoned fort near Kiev’s city center, are ripping up wedding dresses. It’s for a good cause.

11 Myths Putin Is Spreading About The Crisis In Ukraine
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19 December

11 Myths Putin Is Spreading About The Crisis In Ukraine

Last week Russian President Vladimir Putin gave a faltering speech in Moscow about how Russia was doing just fine, really.

The most Googled recipe in Ukraine this year was for Molotov cocktails
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17 December

The most Googled recipe in Ukraine this year was for Molotov cocktails

The most Googled "recipe" in Ukraine this year, according to Google's end-of-year statistics, was for instructions to make a Molotov cocktail.

President Obama Will Sign Congress’ Bill to Aid Ukraine: Here's Why
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16 December

President Obama Will Sign Congress’ Bill to Aid Ukraine: Here's Why

In passing its bill to boost US support for Ukraine last week, Congress left President Barack Obama largely free to decide how and when to apply its provisions – and that flexibility is one reason Obama has chosen to sign the act, even though it includes measures he has resisted, Atlantic Council analysts say.

That’s me in the picture: Markiyan Matsekh plays the piano for riot police in Kiev, 7 December 2013
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9 December

That’s me in the picture: Markiyan Matsekh plays the piano for riot police in Kiev, 7 December 2013

‘I took off my coat and started playing Chopin. It was about -15C, and my fingers could barely move. Not my best performance’

'Day of Silence' aims to rebuild Ukraine truce but talks in doubt
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8 December

'Day of Silence' aims to rebuild Ukraine truce but talks in doubt

(Reuters) - Ukraine plans a "Day of Silence" on Tuesday to try to rebuild a ceasefire with pro-Russian separatists that has all but disintegrated, but accompanying peace talks -- the first in three months -- look likely to be delayed.

Time for a Hybrid War Against Russia?
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2 December

Time for a Hybrid War Against Russia?

Should Ukraine embark on a “hybrid war” against the Donbas enclave controlled by Russia and its proxies?

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1 December

It is being a long time since war in Ukraine has begun. A specific war with different images about it and information sources that often are contradictory. During one of the last trip the volunteers directly interviewed the soldiers on the front line. Interview was hold in hard conditions, but any editing was not done.